After reading about making your own sofa slipcovers, I decided I was going to take that route.
Dear Genevieve actually convinced me that sofa slipcovers were the way to go. With all we want to do to our house, buying new sofas is not an option. :)
Plus you can wash the slipcovers if they get dirty- bonus! Perfect- when you have kids who think they have to touch everything with their sticky fingers.
WELL...leave it to TARGET for finding another amazing bargin!! I can't even begin to list the Target clearance bargins I find!
And here is how they look now:
It is a work in progress. One is ironed, and one isn't. They look 100% better ironed!
This room was just a boring box....and I am slowly working on making it look a little more custom-on a tight budget of course! So many things in here I want to tweak, replace, and change.Genevieve might not like my furniture arrangement...but still working with that. It also holds a keyboard/piano, and a treadmill- one big multipurpose room.
What do think? Should I stick with the cream? I think it really brightens the room. It was seeming a bit heavy and dark. More changes to come. I must be in "nesting" mode, because I am re-doing everything in the house...little by little. A fun crazy process- that I love!
Thanks for reading.